After that, it's a bit of a free-for-all - heads of state go first, and then prime ministers, followed by foreign ministers and more junior representatives. Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari From New York, Harriet Alexander reports: He will want everyone to know. France Emmanuel Macron
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Yet today is going to be a good day! You can read below what to expect from his speech. It's likely to be a good day for Trump - regardless of the outcry his speech provokes, he loves nothing more than a headline.
It'll be a good day for Israel, as he will doubtless leap to their defence once again. It'll be an interesting day for North Korea - expect a far more conciliatory tone than last year, where he mocked "rocket man" Kim Jong-un and threatened to "totally destroy" the country. But don't expect him to announce an easing of sanctions - something Pyongyang desperately wants. And it'll be a bad day, for sure, for Iran - Trump is champing at the bit to have a go at them - probably Venezuela too.
It's also a pretty bad day for New Yorkers in general. The streets are totally gridlocked, traffic is diverted, and the already-stinky subway smells like a wet dog. Mr Pompeo is visibly happier as secretary of state than his poor predecessor, Rex Tillerson. And under President Trump, we are certainly leading from the front. AFP He is helped by the fact that he has been able to bring with him a slew of envoys, aides and diplomats - Mr Tillerson, by contrast, was proud to bring a skeleton staff, to save money.
Mr Pompeo has in recent weeks appointed a special envoy for Iran policy and another for North Korea nuclear talks, and also hired two to focus on Syria, and one for reconciliation in Afghanistan. On Monday, Mr Pompeo was positively glowing at the thought of the week ahead. Syrian rebel fighters in Hama province, pictured on September 17 Credit: Venezuela Mike Pence, the vice president, is hosting an event focusing on Venezuela during the week - and Mr Trump is likely to use his podium to berate the socialist regime in Caracas.
Their democratic institutions are being destroyed. This situation is completely unacceptable and we cannot stand by and watch. Cuba may well also come in for a kicking - despite this being the first general assembly since the Cuban Revolution without a Castro at the helm.
Gone will be the insults and threats; in their place, expect to see warm words of encouragement for a man he now considers almost a friend. His assurance that "everybody can now feel much safer than the day I took office", because "there is no longer a Nuclear Threat from North Korea", saw eye rolls from experts, who pointed out that no actual steps had been taken to remove the threat.
The two men are believed unlikely to meet this week in New York Mr Trump will also likely preview the Security Council meeting that he is chairing on Wednesday morning - an eagerly-watched gathering, not least to see how the freewheeling president copes with hosting a tightly-scripted diplomatic dance.
Watch closely to see how Mr Trump describes that Security Council meeting. His aides have been trying to explain that the meeting needs to be about a broad range of issues, including Iran: The state department has since been at pains to describe the meeting as being about non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, and instability in the Middle East in general.
Yet on Friday, Mr Trump tweeted: Trump realDonaldTrump September 21, Furthermore, Theresa May, Emmanuel Macron and Sergey Lavrov, the Russian foreign minister, all plan to attend the meeting - meaning that fireworks could ensue if Mr Trump steers the meeting towards open condemnation of the nuclear deal.
US diplomats are deeply worried about a possible confrontation with key allies. He could have got very tetchy, as he did at Nato and the G-7, or walked out of the council causing a diplomatic fuss. Last year he surprised many by opening with a recap of his successes, boasting how well the US stock market was doing, and how the US unemployment rate was falling.
Expect more of the same. Business is booming, and the stock market is soaring. He will want everyone to know. It is saying sovereignty is a priority over all of that. And, of course, he did. The president, by then eight months into the role, launched into a hair-raising tirade that shook the usually-staid chamber. He began by trumpeting his own domestic economic policies, before switching to give his take on world affairs. On Tuesday Mr Trump is back, speaking shortly after 9am in what will, unsurprisingly, be one of the most closely-watched moments of the annual jamboree.
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